Flop Dead Gorgeous by David Rosenfelt
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is the first Andy Carpenter book I’ve read. If it’s the 27th book in the series, then I have obviously been missing something and David Rosenfelt is doing something right.
This is a neat plot. It has a retired lawyer, neat animals, a mystery, and of course, a dead body. More than anything, it has humor. Lots of humor.
I know I sound as if I enjoyed this book. I did, but I had difficulty getting through it. My attention seemed to lag, and I’d put it down. But then…time would pass, and I’d pick it back up.
Here’s my basic feeling. I don’t think an author can write a series of 27 books with the following Rosenfelt has without having writing talent. I think the time and place might have been an attention span problem of my own. Maybe this was a little slower, but I intend to start from Book 1. In fact, I just bought it. Time to give a series like this a chance.
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